You can listen to the podcast on film music on Fango Radio just uploaded on Mixcloud. Thank to Electric Dreams & Eiga
In a few minutes (19:00 GMT+2) on air • Fango Radio
I will talk about film music, COVID-19 and the role of the composer today
Thanks Bang on a Can, it was huge!
Ouranos is finally out on https://stirpe999.bandcamp.com/
LA TESTA DEL RE
“The King’s Head” as an archetype of power and control, a symbol of the order you want to behead. Once again Stirpe999 sided with chaos, reiterating with sounds and concepts the distance from the status quo and the functional cultural system to its preservation. At the same time, “The King’s Head” represents the scapegoat of a dystopian society, which unable to reverse course needs the spectre of ancient powers to delegate responsibility for its own decadence: the empire crumbles by burying man under the rubble. Noise and irregular structures, dark and rarefied atmospheres, Stirpe999 interrogates the sound language in a radical way exploiting it to interpret the alienation of the post-human condition. Five very different but consistent tracks, thanks to the common sound intention and the depth of the proposed environments. Starting from the impro-jazz matrix noise proposed by INNER8 we come to the tribal echoes of FIRE AT WORK, a track structured on the alternation of binary and ternary rhythms. OREINOI and PURE offer the two most dancefloor tracks doomstep dark and resolute. VCHUTEMAS closes the circle with a cinematic and suspended proposal, hovering between ambient and avant-garde. A compilation that reaffirms the size of the label, outlined by a common attitude and a radical approach to sound matter which voluntarily violates the genres perimeters, considered useful exclusively to the seriality of the production.”
Venerdì 5 luglio si è svolto un primo incontro di coordinamento tra gli studenti di regia e montaggio del centro sperimentale e gli ex allievi del Lab di musica per le edizioni 2017 e 2018, in previsione di future collaborazioni.
Grazie a Sergio Bassetti, Gianfranco Cabiddu, Annalisa Forgione e Natalia Rolla